Final Fantasy Type-0 fan localisation set to release August 8, trailer inside

By Dave Cook
10 March 2014 09:40 GMT

Final Fantasy Type-0 is being localised by fans through Operation Doomtrain; an independent translation and porting effort due to hit PSP and PS Vita on August 8, 2014. The group has released a new trailer to showcase the patch in action.

An update on SkyBladeCloud reads, “For the past few weeks I’ve been discussing with the rest of the team a possible release date. As it turns out, even though the main story line is tested and looks pretty good, there are literally thousands of NPC’s that need to be corrected as well.

“This is why the beta testing stage will take some more time than I had initially thought. However, not all are bad news, as we did reach an agreement about the release date! So I made a translation teaser to show different parts of the game, always featuring perfectly English-localized texts, and a nice, adapted interface. Of course, it also shows the day all fans will have access to the patch.”

Author Sky added that the release date is subject to change, but are you keen to get this so you can finally play a localised build of Final Fantasy Type-0?

Let us know below.

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